|Original author(s)||Ronen Tzur|
|Initial release||June 26, 2004|
5.12 / June 16, 2016
5.13.5 / August 10, 2016
|Written in||C++|
|Operating system||Windows XP SP3 and later|
|Platform||IA-32 and x64|
|Available in||English, Albanian, Arabic, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Czech, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese (Brasil and Portugal), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.|
Sandboxie is a sandbox-based isolation program developed by Invincea (which acquired it from the original author Ronen Tzur), for 32- and 64-bit Windows NT-based operating systems. It creates a sandbox-like isolated operating environment in which applications can be run or installed without permanently modifying the local or mapped drive. An isolated virtual environment allows controlled testing of untrusted programs and web surfing.
Sandboxie is released under a proprietary End-User License Agreement (EULA). Home users may continue using Sandboxie for free, without paying to register it; however, two of its functions remain disabled: automatically running programs under Sandboxie, and the simultaneous use of multiple sandboxes. After 30 days, Sandboxie starts with a registration nagware message that the user can dismiss after a 5-second delay.
Sandboxie was included in Brothersoft's 2010 Editors Pick list.
- Application virtualization
- Deep Freeze
- Google Native Client, running native code in a sandbox in a web browser
- iCore Virtual Accounts
- Sandbox (computer security)
- Windows SteadyState
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[W]e announced the acquisition of Sandboxie from an earlier transaction in 2013.
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Today I depart from Sandboxie, as I announced a few weeks ago.
- "Questions About Invincea Acquiring Sandboxie?". sandboxie.com. 2013-12-17. Retrieved 2013-12-19.
I am happy to pass the torch to the capable hands of Invincea...In about six weeks, I will depart from Sandboxie.
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- Official website
- "Sandboxie: Blocking Web-Based Malware From Your PC". esecurityplanet.com. 2009-10-05. Retrieved 2010-12-16.
- Example of using a Sandboxie add-on
- Sandboxie Internals